It's believed that the Baltimore Ravens nearly made a blockbuster trade for an NFL star. 

Lamar Jackson, the quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, is not under contract, and there is a growing chance that he won't be with the team in 2023.   

The Ravens front management has shifted its attention to enhancing the offense that revolves around their signal-caller in the midst of the quarterback uncertainty.  

This summer, Baltimore made a number of noteworthy adjustments to their offensive line. Greg Roman, the play-caller for the Ravens, was let go, and Todd Monken took over.   

Despite not having coached in the NFL since 2019, Monken is highly respected in the league and had a key role in the Georgia Bulldogs' two consecutive national championship victories.  

Baltimore Ravens offense stats for 2022: 0.328 points per play (20th), 20.4 points per game (20th), 340.2 yards per game (16th), and 41.05% third-down conversion rate (12th) 

Baltimore focused on the receiving corps after appointing Monken as the play-caller.  

Nelson Agholor gave the Ravens additional speed, but a more significant change was required.   

The Ravens apparently came very close to obtaining one of the best wide receivers available on the trade market before they agreed to terms with Odell Beckham Jr.  

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